But now my vga card can't be seen.... Ran the burn in test again and though it failed 2 test the burn in was able to run for 6 hours without my system crashing. RDP host info: Black screen is still the Secure Desktop with winlogon running but is not rendered which is why CTRL-ALT-DEL > Enter > Password works. Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: 64-bit Vista freezes/crashes with more than 4Gb RAM - Help! weblink
i hope to ply dota2 but the system system requirements show this~ here the print screen~ if i change my display adapter to nVidia GeForce... PC crashes suddenly (especially if I am working in internet-using IE), and serious problems with starting up my pc. Winamp Forums Home Search Today's Posts Mark Forums Read Members List FAQ help Register Rules Winamp & SHOUTcast Forums > Visualizations > MilkDrop > MilkDrop Troubleshooting Forum Icons Disappear in I mashed a bunch of buttons and now I have the accessibility lady telling me what is on the screen. https://www.vistax64.com/graphic-cards/173789-issues-geforce-8600gts-vista-ultimate-x64-post804255.html
Any ideas??? Magically the screens come back to life then. Juan Blanco - Wednesday, February 27, 2008 9:39:16 AM Hey, I'm suffering from a similar problem too on two separate computers, both with ATI Radeon cards and Vista Ultimate (no SP1).
And if it helps, it is only for a short while: next time I start the pc the problem is back again.By the way, working in a program like Word does now i don't know if this is just a simple thing to fix or if it's a fundamental issue that won't easily be able to be resolved with the development resources Built this one just to smoothly stream vids with shoutcast, a 2.6 gig intel couldnt handle it on my lan alone, 20 seconds to buffers, this better run smooth now.... Configuration: AMD Athlon FX-62 Dual-Core 2.8GHz ProcessorASUS M2N32-SLI Deluxe Wireless Edition, BIOS 2001 (most recent)XFX GeForce 8600GTS XXX Edition 256MB 128-bit DDR3 730MHz PCI-E Dual DVI/TV-Out SLI-Ready Video Card (x2)Corsair HX620W
SamWise View Public Profile Find More Posts by SamWise 29th April 2008, 17:55 #20 yusky03 Junior Member Join Date: Mar 2005 Posts: 44 Re: Not just an nVidia problem RAM GUY View Public Profile Visit RAM GUY's homepage! It's got to be an OS bug. Last edited by Toropop; 13 Aug 2008 at 17:46.
My System Specs OS win 7 eval 7100 CPU AMD 3500 Motherboard ASUS A8N-E Memory 1Gb Graphics Card Nvidia 8600GT Sound Card NA Monitor(s) Displays Plillips 17" CRT PSU 440W Raidmax Every couple of months I run Windows Update and notice there's a new video driver, which I always upgrade to. Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. Installed a program called Hot CPU Tester Pro 4.41 and during the first 5 minutes of running the burn in test my pc blue screened twice.
hiddentrooper98Sep 20, 2013, 7:47 AM I was having the same scren problems with the lines and frequent blue screens on startup, multiple forced restarts With the new nvidia driver 327.23, I so for the time being there's unfortunately not too much which can be done until someone on the dev team works out a fix or someone tries to work it out Djhg2000 View Public Profile Find More Posts by Djhg2000 1st October 2008, 19:47 #25 T3STY Junior Member Join Date: Oct 2008 Posts: 1 Having same problem Vista Ultimate x86, by R.
Program examples are Bioshock, Unreal Tournament 3, VLC, ZoomPlayer, and Windows Media Player. have a peek at these guys I just tried the sleep / resume approach, but my power button is sticky on my Dell computer and now I've just shut down my computer improperly. That's the only thing I could have done. Find all posts by RAM GUY « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Display Modes Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode Posting
Today, I've installed the Windows Seven Ultimate and the last driver released for my graphic card (Nvidia 8600 GT). But when I go from remote to local, the system tells me that it's busy disconnecting a remote session. If you have submitted the RMA on line and have not got a reply! check over here This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff.
Makes me think that the computer is not actually in sleep mode, it's just that the video card thinks it's in some power saver mode or something and shuts 'em off. Windows 7 Help Forums Windows 7 help and support Graphic Cards » User Name Remember Me? I have no idea why this is, and I know the card is good because I was using it in my old computer before moving it into this one.I've tried installing
SLI is enabled, the SLI bridge is installed (from ASUS) and configured correctly. I'm a system admin for a large user base with different hardware through out the site. After that i need to uninstall the driver and install it again. I was told I needed even more memory to handle all my downloads...
Join Now Help Remember Me? hope it helps at least one person out there. I have Vista Business 64 bit at office nVidia FX3500/4000 Dual Displays (1600x1200 each) I go home and use a laptop with 1920x1200 to rdesktop to my work system. this content I've put everything together okay, installed Windows fine, installed all the drivers for my motherboard, and updated Windows, but whenever I install the Nvidia drivers for my video card, my computer
Currently using Vista with Sp1 RC. I'm not sure how to completely disable aero, but I tried disabling all of the "fun stuff" in performance options and it didn't help. Find More Posts by blastofftek 7th May 2009, 20:25 #28 mgstrein Junior Member Join Date: May 2009 Posts: 1 This is my guess as to my it won't work. I was wondering if Nvidia GeForce 7950 GX2 video card work well with Windows Vista Family?
When I take the new RAM out, my PC works great again.Here's what I've done so far, in order:I know I installed the new sticks right - I followed the package I contacted Dell support but could not solve the problem. David - Sunday, February 24, 2008 2:34:53 PM I do have the same problem, Vista Business Edition, SP1 RC. The video card works and I can boot into windows when I uninstall the NVidia drivers.
I'm not sure if the primary display is affected, because that is a projector that is not on all the time. P.S. davoid2000 View Public Profile Find More Posts by davoid2000 12th October 2011, 13:47 #31 Penetal Junior Member Join Date: Oct 2011 Posts: 1 Annoying Problem I am also waiting what a pain, been running vista for less than a month, I bought it over a year ago but feared installing it...
Mine went downhill real fast once it started. I think there is a problem with nvidia's latest batch of drivers... Another prob I have is I cant log off to switch users.